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The lighter contains gas under pressure, handle it with care. Keep the lighter away from the face when turning on or setting the flame. The Colibri company was founded in 1928 when the German Julius Lowenthal, a passionate visionary for originality and creation, created the first Colibri Original semi-automatic lighter in an effort to upgrade the classical lighters. Soon the company began using silver, gold, onyx and pearls to manufacture its stylish lighters. It was in 1935 when the fully automatic lighter "Colibri Monopol" won the title of the most famous lighter of all time and promised continuous batches for 100 times in a row. Today Colibri lighters go through special checks and promise over 20,000 batches. The company created in 1958, the first visible butane filling system and automatic, hydraulic ignition system with stone.
And in 1962 Colibri filed the patent for the Piezo ignition mechanism, the first mechanism that offered a light or battery-free light but with tiny crystalline loads, changing the world of lighters!